Latest Posts Follow @JBHouseInvestor […] Read the original here: 017: How to Make Money in Real Estate with Justin Williams […] Any industry outside of real estate considers the selling of products to businesses for retail purposes to be the very definition of wholesaling. Look it up on dictionary.com if you don’t believe me!
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Anshe Chung, the First Virtual Real Estate Tycoon It would depend on how your contract is worded, and if the buyer put down any sort of deposit with you, there would most likely be some kind of impact to those funds as well.
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In 1994, the Cleveland County District Court was asked to answer whether ownership of real estate occurred at the moment the contract was signed or at closing.[iii] Here is what was happening at that time in a nutshell. Essentially, a new home builder was trying to sell his newly constructed homes. When a purchaser had trouble selling his existing home, the new home builder would enter into a contract to purchase the existing home. The new home builder would then take the contract on the existing home and sell it to a third party. The Oklahoma Real Estate Commission filed a lawsuit to prevent the new home builder from marketing the existing homes for sale because it was doing so without a license.
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* Contact and negotiate with property owners Act of May 28, 2017, 85th Leg., R.S., 2017 TX S.B. 2212 (to be codified as Tex Occ. Code. § 1101.0045 and Tex. Prop. Code § 5.086). And why would your buyer be angry at you for making a profit? If you provide value and the purchase is a good deal for the buyer, why should s/he care about how much money you make on the deal? Again, this is a matter of managing expectations. I buy from wholesalers. Frankly, I want them to make enough profit to keep them in business so they keep feeding me deals. I appreciate the value they bring to my business. If they bring me a deal that provides value to me and they make a big profit, more power to them. The amount of profit they make on a deal is none of my business. The amount of profit I make on the deal is my business. If the deal is not a good value, I’ll simply pass on it.
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It was a great read, informative. I live in Texas and wondering if all Wholesaling contracts are the same. If not, do I need to go and get one from a Title company or Closing Attorney? Also, How can I prevent the seller seeing what my profit is after I close on the deal?
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Real Market Experts I do not have any contracts for wholesaling Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest